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    One-On-One: Sarah Morris and Kimberly Brady

    Kimberly Brady understands the science behind the importance of music. As a psychologist she encourages people to use music in their healing. She teaches that just therapy and executive functioning only fosters the left side of your brain. Music and the arts engage the right side and incorporate interactive functions. When you have two sides […] More

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    One-On-One: Leslie Vincent and Alana Horton

    We all find joy in live music in a variety of different ways. Alana Horton graduated with a theater degree and wanted to do something that really scared her. So she picked up drums at the age of 23 and started getting into live music. She then started working at The Cedar Cultural Center, which […] More

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    One-On-One: Mary Bue and Henri Minette

    For years Henri Minette has been a casual champion of our local music scene. He’s lent musicians gear, help fund projects, and even buys the physical album to pass onto others down the path. As a corporate attorney, Henri jokes that as it turns out he probably has more gear and more money than talent. […] More

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    One-On-One: Timisarocker and Jason Lardy

    From a day-to-day work experience, not much has changed for Jason Lardy. He runs a marketing company and although his clients have had concerns and questions, everybody has really stayed the course. The larger change has come from his side gig. Jason also runs a radio show at Macalester College, which due to covid, has […] More

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    One-On-One: Static Panic and Katy Durst

    Born and raised in South Dakota, Katy Durst moved to the Twin Cities on a whim. Ready for something new, she lived on Lake Calhoun for her first two and half years. This past May she bought a house and moved out of the uptown area. It was her recent new relationship that sparked her […] More

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    One-On-One: Barbaro and Rachel Hansen

    When the phone rang and Rachel Hansen answered, her good friend asked what she was doing on January 15th. Jokingly, she responded that most likely recovering from a three-day run of shifts. Her friend had just won the contest for a private performance with the band Barbaro and immediately wanted to gift the experience. She […] More

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    One-On-One: Humbird and Jesse Peterson-Brandt

    Like many of us, Jesse Peterson-Brandt didn’t realize what he had until it was gone. He went to Grinnell College in Iowa, and looking back, saw they did a really good job bringing in unknown artists that have gone on to become established and popular. Unfortunately, he didn’t take advantage of live music then. Now […] More

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    One-On-One: Gabriel Douglas and Carol Roth

    For Carol Roth, live music is a relatively new passion for her. In 2016, when the world was going crazy, her brain was looking for some kind of outlet to create an escape from reality, to help soothe her nerves. Prior to then she was in a lull where she didn’t really need music. This […] More

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    Rebel Child Takes On “The City”

    Rebel Child was started many years ago as Cameron McDonald’s solo project. In the process of sharing some songs, looking for feedback from Adam Feuring, Cameron knew the music would benefit from adding more elements into the mix. Adam joined halfway through the writing of the Nightlife EP and everything just clicked. Adding drummer Jason […] More

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